Peter Dunne quitting is a symbolic political victory for Jacinda Ardern.
His 'lipstick on a pig comment' is proof he lacks social IQ.
She's more than just a new leader. She's responsible for a new vibe.
Michelle Boag and Chris Trotter look back at the last three years in the Beehive.
We've grown up being told to get back in the kitchen, Verity Johnson says.
"Forget the trans-Tasman friendship in 2017 - Australia is basically a bully."
JustSpeak director Dr Katie Bruce says the Government needs some perspective on youth offending.
Mark Sainsbury doubts the Army would be ecstatic about being handed everyone else's problems.
Officials seem satisfied everything will be hunky dory as the Taranaki seabed is torn up. Are you?
Henry Rounce makes his predictions for the upcoming Premier League season.
Metria Turei is leading a party in denial and hell-bent on meltdown.
Questions remain over English's texts to Glenys Dickson, and Winston Peters' knowledge of them.
The Opportunities Party's policy will tip the balance more in favour of tenants, says Mike Roke.
Metiria's benefit scandal has de-Greened the Green Party, writes Lloyd Burr.
Cream buns make us fat but we don't have to get our sugar from a locked case, says Mark Sainsbury.
Producing a red card removed any perceived bias he was alleged to have held, writes Andrew Gourdie.
New Zealand rugby's found a loophole and it's got Sonny Bill Williams off, Ross Karl writes.
Turei fell on her sword before Ardern wielded it, cementing herself as a legend of the Left, says Patrick Gower.
The Green Party co-leader is the Left's biggest weakness and must consider standing down, Patrick Gower writes.
We don't like window washers because they remind us how broken NZ is, writes Verity Johnson.
Labour wants to print them all out again - but is that really the best idea?
The concept of a pregnant PM has many positives, Ross Karl writes.
Verity Johnson asks, why are we still having this conversation in 2017?
Being a mum is tough - could you do it while Prime Minister, wonders Heather McCarron.
The message to National: "Jacinda is coming", writes Patrick Gower.
It seems ridiculous to lose your job because you told the truth but that's what happened to Little, says Mark Sainsbury.
If anyone can cause a political 'youthquake' it's Labour's new leader, writes Patrick Gower.
It's time for Ardern to grab a life raft, Ryan Bridge says.
If Labour loses Little, these are their top prospects to replace him.
We're a rugby-mad people, but is there just too much? Hamish Clark thinks so.